• 2020-2021 Season

    Contemporary Dance Theater: Dance Creation and ASL

    by dramaturg, Susanna Bezooyen BYU Contemporary Dance Theater (CDT) presents its 2021 production, Remnants of Motion,  Friday, March 26, and Saturday, March 27, 2021, with the added feature of making it accessible to our deaf and hard of hearing (DHoH) viewers. The show will include subtitles and signing interpretation by a team lead by Anne Post Fife, CDT’s head ASL consultant.   Inclusion versus Exclusion Anne is not only deaf but is a theatre educator committed to bringing the joys of theatre, dance, and the arts to her students. She, herself, loves to watch productions and attend dance performances.  She enjoys listening to music by feeling the vibrations that music…

  • 2012-2013 Season,  Henry 5

    Auditions for Henry 5 Part Two: Viewpoints

    by Anne Flinders, dramaturg A unique approach to making plays is through devised theatre, a technique that allows cast and staff members to build a play from the ground up, and from any starting point: a script, a social question or position, a set piece, a color scheme, anything that inspires the desire and direction to create a play. The script of Henry 5 already exists, of course. However, Professor Megan Sanborn Jones, this production’s director, chose to offer the realization of the play as a class project to Theatre and Media Arts students taking TMA 401 (Contemporary Performances Practices). One of the contemporary practices Professor Jones introduced to the…